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The Daily News.
FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 22, 1866.
[FOB THE DAILY NEWS.]
BYTBOFEBSOB F. W. THOMAS.
I've thought in many a dreaming hour,
If I could win the vol.-e'of fame,
The wreath without a fading flower
That gathers round a glorious name;
- That come what might I should be blessed ;
The gay, the fair, might take the rest.
That woman's smile should but attract,
Like music at the gorgeous piay>
Given between eaoh passage act
To wile the tedious time away;
That when the scene employed my care,
I'd heed not how she went, or where.
E'en as tho boy who takes the bird,
And loves to mark its panting breast,
And breathes it many a pretty word,
And gives it all that birds love best;
With woman thus I thought to play
Then wearied-let her flee away.
That wish for fame is but a dream
Which only in my dreams can live
And could I realize the theme,
What could its frail possession give ?
The bird, alas 1 her notes I've heard;
Oh 1 that I now could win the bird.
She should my every thought engage,
'T would be my joy to hoar her sing;
I'd keep her in a willing cage,
And of ray heart I'd make the string;
Then Lady-bird we could not part,
Bat with, a seared and broken heart.
[FOB THE DAILY NEWS.]
The Battle of Jane 16, 1864:, In front of
Pause, stranger, when thou drawost near
That field of blood where loved ones sleep;
Tread lightly, for beneath that soil
Best those for whom sad hearts do weep.
The fondly loved, the young, the brave,
Sleep their last sleep within that spot
Unoofflned, and unmarked each grave,
But let them never be forgot.
Tread lightly o'er that hallowed ground, ,
' Press gently on each loved one's breas t, -.,
They bravely fought, and proudly fell,
Disturb not, then, their peaceful rest.
But pause, and let thy prayers ascend
To Heaven, for those who there did fall,
In striving to protect their rights
Prom sad oppression's blighting thrall.
Pray that those loved onoa now do rest
Within that happy home above
That their immortal souls are blest
With a Redeemer's endless love.
And gently tread that hallowed spot,
For manya parent's joy sleeps there;
Place on each grave "Forget me Not,"
And to their memories shed a tear.
CHARLESTON, June 17, 1866. . . LOUISA.
HAND AND GLOVE. A Novel. By AMELIA B. BDWABBB.
For sale by S. G. OOUBTKNAY,
, This is a ourlous book, well worth, reading, and
quite out of the common Boes of novels.
The characters are principally French, and the Boene
lies for the moat part in that oountry ; yet there is nothing
French about tho book. It bas au honest, hearty, En g
' Ibm tone throughout, and though Some of the persons
described are a little unnatural, they are all interesting
and very good company, The sentiments expressed
?re pure and good, and presented to the, reader in
strong, weU-ohosen language, proving the authoress to be
M? woman of high cultivation; yet, strange to say, she
makes the palpable mistake of placing a ojtton planta?
tion in Massachusetts; but wa suppose she has not con -
sidered the topography of America worth studying.
Her descriptive powers are fine. She brings places
and persons vividly before you. As an instance, we
would call attention to her wonderfully graphio ac?
count of the great RACHEL as ADRIENNE LKOOUVHS?R.
None who have enjoyed the privilege of seeing this dis?
tinguished tragedienne in her greatest personification o f
Adrienne will fall to appreciate the following piotu re:
In the midst of the living hush she entered-a tall,
Blender woman, dark haired, small featured, and sad
looking, with something intense and unfathomable un?
derlying the pale oomposnre of her faco-with deep-set
eyes, that glow like consuming fires, and with a physi?
cal organization so fragile thi.t it seams almost as if the
' storm of applause now break ing above her head might
'alone be sufficient to destroy her. Yet she is unmoved
and calm as marble, and, when the tumult has abated,
delivers the first Unes of her part in a sonorous, delibe?
rate tone that travels round the house like the rich
notes of an organ. lean never forget the thrill that
tra versed every fibre of my frame when that marvellous
voice, in all its depth and mulody, Ant fell on my bar.
It took away my breath, and I was so absorbed In toy
own emotion as to forget to observe how others were
affeoted. The play became to me only "Adrienne
I saw no one else, heard noone else; forgot theatre,
audience, stage, everything and every one, save that
frail heroine, with her burning eyes and her inspired
The piece went on. She loved, she doubted, she was
jealous; and she bared her feeroe jealousy as a surgeon
with his knife might bare the shrinking nerves and
quivering muscles of a wretch diseased. It was no
longer acting; lt was tho living agony-the study of the
Then comes the scene in whioh she confronts her ri?
val. Actress and Princess, face to faco, read each other's
souls, and, in the presence of the man wh >m they both
love, take up the deadly weapons of a secret hate.
From passion to lamentation, from defiance to tender?
ness, from tears of joy to smiles that mask her torture,
she passes with tho fearful uUblety of truth I Her eyes
dilate and blaze; her voioe, gathering power and inten?
sity, vibrates with scorn, and ?rushes her rival to the
The curtain rises for th) last act. And now it is
Adrienne, and Adrienne alone, upon whom tho atten?
tion of thousands is riveted, She ls changed, she is suf?
fering, she is in despair. Her votoo is feeble, her step
fakers, and the light burns faintly in her oyo, as in fes?
tal-lamp that fade and flicker towards morning. A
Btrange air of exultation is apparent in her gestures-a
'bitter exultation wrung by her own sufferings from tho
/.memory of by-gone tenderness. Her tones have a
"weary, thrilling, penetrating significance, which finds
an echo and a sympathy in every breast. Then comes
thu fatal banquet, poisoned by her rival; and then that
reconcilement which is nil too late, that outpouring of
triumph, and passion, and wild joy, whicti rends the
laut frail thread of reas m und hurries on the fever of
And now the poison begins to work. Visible first in
the tremulous tone and listless attitude: lt next shows
itself in the wandering eye and seeking hands, th e me?
mory that betrays and the tongue that will not do its
office. She fancies herself once moro in the presence
of her rival; she believes herself acting and on the
stage she llvos, inspired by the ghastly energies of
death, and recites passages from Corneille I Then her
strength fails; she again recognizes her lover; she s trug.
?les, ohl how piteously, with the pains .that consume
.er, and, convulsed already with her last throes, orles
aloud for "Life 1 . . lifo! . . . one day, one hour of life,
oh, God of mercy !"
The Rev. ALEXIS XAVHB HAMEL is the most un?
natural, fascinating, accomplished villain we have ever
MARGUERITE is a sweet, simple, natural girl, without
any strength of character, however.
Mr. ALEXANDER, the rcugh-mannered, would-be-cynic,
but really kind-hearted man of the book, is well sus?
tained throughout, even to his eccentric wooing.
The plot is well arranged and well executed. Al?
together it is a most readable book, and wo recommend
its perus;d to all who have time and inclination for such
THE Cnors.- In New England the crops are generally
reported good; hay will bo abundant, and the fruit-yield
millions of dollars lu advance of last year. In tho South
tho general report is tn*t the crops will turn out well,
although in somo quarters excessive rains aro com?
plained of. The wheat throughout Geo-gia has leen
harvested, and although tho crop 1B by no means excel?
lent it turns out bettor than was anticipated some time
ago. Along the lower Mississippi frequent crevasses
have caused great destruction. lu Southern Illinois tho
Wheat crop is said to be a failure, but corn is promising
well. In Ohio and Indiana tho wheat promises very
badly, but in Iowa, Wisconsin and Miunosota it is excel?
lent. In Maryland and Pennsylvania it is only mode
JO- ARTIFICIAL EYES.-ARTTFIOLAL HU?
MAN ETES mode to order and Inserted by Dre. F.
BAUOH and P. QOTJGELMANN (formerly employed by
ROISSONNEAU, of Paris), No. 699 Broadway, New York,
j April 14 _._lyr
48T COLGATE'S HONEY SOAP.-THIS CELE
BBATED Toilet Soap, in snob nniversal demand,
a mc.de from the choicest materials, is mild and
.mollientin Its nature, fragrantly scented, and
extremely, beneficial In Its action upon thc skin. For
sale by all Druggists and Fanoy Goods Dealers.
! HST MARBIA GE AND CELIBACY,
an Essay of Warning and Instruction for Young Men.
?Also, Diseases and Abuses wnioh prostrate the vital
! powers, with sure means of relief. Sent free of charge
? in sealed letter envelopes. Address, Dr. J. 8KILLIN
HOUGHTON, Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa.
j April 17_
JW SPECIAL NOTICE.-"GB?ATOAK8 FROM
little aoornB grow." The worst diseases known to the
i oman race spring from causes so small as to almost
efy detection. The volumes of scientific lore that nil
the tables and shelves of the medical fraternity only go
to prove and elaborate these facts.
Then guard yourselves while you may. The smallest
pimple on the skin is a tell-tale and indicator of disease;
It m?y fade and die away from the surface of the body,
but lt will reach the vitals, perhaps, at last, and death
bethe result and final dose. MAGGIEL'S BILIOUS
DYSPEPTIC, and DIARRHEA PILLS cure where all
others fall. While for Burns, Scalds, Chilblains, Outs,
and all abrasions of the skin, MAGGLYL'S Salve is In?
fallible. Sold by J. MAGGIEL, No. 48 Fnlton-Btreet,
New York, and all Druggists, at 35 cents per box.
September 28 ly
mt" BATCHELORS HAIR DYE!-THE ORIGINAL
and best In the world 1 The only true and perfect HAIR
DYE. Harmless, Reliable and Instantaneous. Produces
immediately a splendid Blaok or natural Brown, with?
out Injuring the hair or skin. Remedies the lil effects o
bad dyes. Sold by aU Druggists. The genuine ls signed
WILLIAM A. BATCHELOR. Also,
REGENERATING EXTRACT OF MILLEFLBURS,
For restoring and Beautifying the Hair.
CHARLES BATCHELOR, New York.
mr AWAY WITH SPECTACLES.-OLD EYEfi
ma?e new, without Spectacles, Doctor or Medioine
Pamphlet mailed free on receipt of ten cents, ? Address
B. B. FOOTE, II. D., Ne. 1180 Broadway, New York.
kW T. B. BYNNER, IMPORTER AND DEAL
BB IN WATCHES and JEWELRY ; Agency for the
AMERICAN WATCH j also, every variety of SWISS end
ENGLISH WATCHES, at the lowest market prices,
No. 189 Broadway, New York-eiitabHshed twenty years,
Trade Price Lints sent on application.
"A smile was on her lip-health was in her look
strength yas in her step, and in her hands-PLANTA?
A few bottleT of PLANTATION BITTERS
Will cure Nervous Headache.
" Cold Extremities and Feverish Lips.
" SourStomaoh and Fetid Breath.
" Flatulency and Indigestion.
" Nervous Affections.
" Excessive Fatigue and Short Breath.
" Pain over the Eyes.
?? Mental Despondency. : >
" Prostration; Great Weakness.
" Ballow Complexion, Weak Bowels, Ac.
Which are the evidences, O?, "? '.
LIVER COMPLAINT AND DYSPEPSIA.
It is estimated that seven-tenths of all adult ailments
prooeed from a deceased, and torpid liver. The biliary
Bet jetions of the Byer overflowing into the stomach poi?
son the entire system and exhibit: the above Symptoms.
After long research, wo aro abla t<\*%>?&it the most
remarkable oure tor these horridf nightmare diseases,
th'Hrworld has ove* produced.( WiSbln one year over six
hundred and forty. thousand persone have taken the
PLANTATION BITTERS, and notan instance of complaint
has come to our knowledge I
It is a most effectual tonio and agreeable stimulant,
suited to all conditions of life;;
The reports that it relies upon mineral substances for
its active properties, aro wholly false. For the satis?
faction of the publio, and that patients may consult
their physicians, we append a list of its components.
-' OALISATA BARK.-Celebrated for over two hundred
years in the treatment of Fever and Ague, Dyspepsia,
Weakness, etc; It was intreduced into Europe by the
Countess, wife of the Viceroy ot Peru, in 1610, and
afterwards sold by the Jesu?ta for the enormous price oj
itt own weight in silver, under the name of Jesuit's Pow?
ders, and was finally made public by Louis XVI, King
of France. Humboldt makes especial reference toits
febrifuge qualities during his South American travels.
CASCARILLA BABE-For diarrheas, colic and diseases
of the stomach and bowels. (
DANDELION-For inflammation of the loins and drop?
CHAMOMILE FLOWERS-For enfeebled digestion.
LAVENDER FLOWERS-Aromatic, stimulant and tonic
hlthly invigorating tn nervous debility.
WINTERGREEN-For scrofula, rheumatism, etc.
ANISE-An aromatic carminative; creating flesh,
muscle and milk; muoh used by mothers nursing.
Also, clove-buds, orange, carraway, coriander, snake?
Another wonderful ingredient, of great use among
tho Spanish ladles of South America, imparting beauty
to the complexion and brilliancy to the mind, is yet un
kuown to the commerce of the world, and we withhold
its name for tho present.
ROCHKBTEB, N. Y , December 28,1861.
Messrs. P. H. DRAKE A Co.-I have been a great arri
forer from Dyspepsia for three or four years, and had to
abandon my profession. About three months ago I
tried the Plantation Bitters, and to my great joy I am
now nearly a well mon. I have recommended thom In
several casos, and, as far as I know, always with signal
benefit. I am, respectfully yours,
Rev. J. S. OATHORN.
PHILADELPHIA, loth Month, 17th Day, 1862.
RESPECTED FRIEND:-My daughter hos been muoh
beneficed by the use of thy Plantation Bitters. Thou
wilt send me two bottles more.
Thy friend, ASA OURRIN.
SHERMAN HOUSE, CHICAGO, Ul., )
February ll, 1863. J
MESSRS, ]?. H. DRAKE A Co. :-Please send us another
twelve oases of your Plantation Hitters. AB a morning
appetizer, they appear to have superseded every thine
else, and ore greatly esteemed.
Yours, Ac, GAGE A WAITE.
Arrangements are now completed to supply any de?
mand for this article, which has net heretofore been
The public may rest assured that in no case will the
? perfeoUy pure standard of the PLANTATION BITTEBB be
departed from. Every bottle hears the facsimile of our
signature on a steel plate engraving, or it cannot be gen?
Any person pretending lo sell PLANTATION BITTERS in
bulk or by the gallon, is a swindler and imposter. Deuare
of refilled bottles. See that our Private Stamp is UNMU
XILATSD over every cork.
Sold by ail Druggists, Grocers and Dealers throughout
P. H. DRAKE & CO., New York.
April 20 tn.wlvr
THIS FIRST-CLASS HOTEL HAVING BEEN RENO
VATED and newly furnished, is now open for the
reception of thc travelling publio.
G. MCGINLEY, Proprietor.
CARPENTERS, JOINERS, PATTERN AND
GEERING VALVES AND ALL KINDS OF PAT?
TERNS for machinory executed with dispatch.
Fittings for stores and offices SHIPPED TO ANT PART OF
GINS! GINS I GINS!
IMPROVED ROLLER SEA'ISLANO COTTuN GIN?
constantly on hand. Address all orders to
ANDERSON & SOHERMERHON,
Rear No. 47 Ann-street, Now York.
June 18 mwl 3mo
PRIVATEPgfcRLOR No. 3.
LATE OF BERLIN, PRUSSIA.
IMPORTANT NEW INTENTION.
SINGLE AND DOUBLE VISION
THE ONLY PERPEOT LENS IN EXISTENCE.
Superior to any other In nse-constructed In accordance
with the science and phtlonkhy of nature In the peca?
liar forra of a
Admirably adapted to the Qsgan of Sight, and perfectly
natural to the eye, affordlngaltogether the best artificial
help to the human vision ever invented.
Sold only by the Professor of Optics and Speoatcle
Of these Spectacles over all others, are :
1st.-The only true Lens known, being
perfectly free from chromatic light so well known to be
the cause of Injury to the vision, and which makes the
change from Spectacles to Glasses of stronger powers so
often required, while both near and distant objeots are
seen with equal facility through the same Glaasea.
ad.-Can foe worn with perfect ease for
any length of time at one sitting, giving astonishing
clearness of vision, particularly by candle or other arti,
fioial light-comfort to the spectacle wearer hitherto un?
3d.-When the eyes ache or pain through
the action of a bright light,'Such as is refieoted from
show, sunny weather, white paper, and in reading,
writing or sewing, or vivid coloree! bodies, these lenses,
by softening the rays, effect a most agreeable sensation
and give great relief.
4th.-In all nervous affections of the eye
causing dull and startling pains in the eye-hall or tem?
ple, appearance of luminous and dark spots in the at?
mosphere, aching or feeling like sand m the eye, the
disturbed nerves are quieted and soothed.
5th.-Ground by peculiar machinery, got
up at great cost, mathematically calculated expressly
for the manufacture of this lens, so as to produce it with
the true spher.cal accuracy, and its foons is at the exaot
oen tre, a point of vital importance, and which no other
0th.-Proof of superiority over the old
kind of Spectacles. They are used exclusively at all the
hospitals for diseases of the eye, in Berlin, Prussia, and
TESTIMONY OF RECOMMENDATIONS
From Medical gentlemen, Professors of the highest
Opthalmic talent in Charleston, S. C., and in the Union,
CHARLESTON, C., May 38th, 1886.
I have examined a great variety of Glasses manufac?
tured by Professor M. BEBNHABDT. and in justice to the
Professor must say, that his ?lasies are of a superior
quality, adapted to meet the wants of almost every eye,
where the vision is la any way imperfect. The Profes?
sor selected for me a pair of bis Australian Crystal
Glasses which are of a very superior quality and work?
manship, rendering vision very dlstinot, almost as per?
fect as in youth. I yield this testimony in favor ot the
PiPfesfios' ifBlassea nmst cheerfully.
* ' ^ ffl&L^ fr GEDDINGS. M. D.
1 -hecr^Uy?afeiicBSBSPi^nlfui above cxpftseed ol
the value of ProfeSB5aj?Z3p^BDIS' GliaseB, and their
adaptability to alldefoots of vision, and also to his skill
and judgment in adapting the glass to each special im
perfection. H. W. DxSAUSSURE, M. D. I
CHARLESTON, S. C., May 28th, 1866.
I do most willingly bear my testimony in favor of the
superiority of the Australian Crystal-single and dou?
ble vision spectacles over a1' other kinds. Thoy are
constructed upon the best established and understood
principles of optios, and their adaptation to the human
eye in its different conditions of vision is so perfect, as
to render sight easy without effort. In my opinion,
none others should be used since the eyes once used to
those do not seem to grow old, and by having a foons
at any point of the surface, they appear to rest o'er the
eyes to their youthful energy,
T. L. OGLER, M. D.
CHARLESTON, S. C., May 28th, 186?.
I have examined Professor BERNHARDTS' very com?
plete assortment of Spectacles and Lenses. They are
bettor adapted than any I have before Bei n to remedy
the imperfection of vision that can be benefltted by the
use of Glasses. Tho pureness and clearness of the Crys?
tal used, 1B an item worthy of Bpeolal attention, as I can
testify from personal experience. I recommend Profes?
sor BERNHARDT with confidence and great eheerfoiness,
to the patronage of the public
JAMES P. JERVEY, M. D.
STATE OF SOUTH OABOLINA, )
EXECUTIVE DBPABTMENT, J
Columbia, Jnne 19, 1800, J
Sm: I have made full and satisfactory test of tho
spectacles procured from you, andi have the pleasure
to Bay that the glasses are better adapted to my eyes
than any I have ever used, The facility with which you
fitted the glas? to my eye furnished me conclusive evi?
dence of your scientific skill In optics and your thorough
experience BB an oculist.
Your attainments In your profession ontitlo you to
the confldouce, patronage, and gratitude of the public.
I have the honor to bo,
Very respectfully yonrs,
JAMES L. ORR,
Governor of South Carolino.
Prof, M. BERNHARDT, Charleston, S. C.
CHARLESTON, S. 0., May 28th, I860.
We have examined the Lenses of Prof. BERNHARDT,
and consider them superior to any we have seen. They
are admirably adapted not only to iaprovo the imper?
fections of impaired sight, but to relieve tho weariness of
V?B?OU whioh constant study produces. Mauy of the
Glasses are of new and ingenious con tri var co. We cor?
dially recommend the Professor to all those who require
Bcierltitlo optical asiistance.
ELIAS HORLBEOK. M. D.
WILLIAM 0. HORLBECK, M. D.
WM. T. WRAGG, M. D.
F. PEYRE PORCHER, M. D.
W. H. HUGER, M. D.
R. A. KINLOCH, M. D.
F. M. BOBERTSON, M. D.
OHAS. HANOKEL, late Rector of St, Paul's Ohuroh,
THOMAS SMYTH, D.D., Pastor of 2d Presbyterian
J. 8. HANCKEL, Professor.
W. B. HOWE, Rector Si. Philip's.
C. P. GADSDEN, Rector St. Luke'B.
Testimonials similar to the above may be seen at Prof.
BERNHARDT'S office, from
JOSEPH H. PLUNKETT, Pastor of St. Paul's, Ports
Hon. JONATHAN WORTH, Governor of Worth Carolina.
Hon. A. G. CURTIN, Governor of Pennsylvania.
Hon. 0. P. MORTON, Governor of Indiana.
Hon. H. A. SWIFT, Governor of Minnesota.
Hon. ALEX. RAMSEY, Ex-Governor of Minnesota.
Hon. RICHARD YATES, Govornor of Illiuols.
H. 8EYMO?R, Governor of Now York.
R. E. FENTON, Govornor ol New York.
And other distinguished gentlemon.
Mnuy years of public practice nud study tn tho hosp!
tais in Europo, adjusting spectacles to patients under
ovory aspect of doi'ective vision, as well as experience
lu an extensive, longjostablished business In his optical
Btoros, both here and in Europe, Prof. BERNHARDT con?
siders it a sufficient guarantee of his ability to apply suoh
glasses as aro boBt calculated for the assistance or re?
covery of imporfect sight.
Office Hours from O A. BI. to 5 P. M.
MILLS HOUSE, LADIES' ENTRANCE,
Second Floor, Private Parlor No. 3.
N. B.-Owing to engagements elsewhere, Prof. BERM
HARDT wiil he able to remain here but a short time only.
) May it imo
STOLL, "WEBB & CO.,
No. 287 KING STEEET,
Several cheap lots of DEY GOODS, together with a full STOCK
on hand. Many of the styles we have marked down
to very LOW PEICES, as per advertisement.
V WE WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM OUR FRIENDS AND THE PUBLIC GENERALLY
that we have largely increased our Store and STOOK OF GOODS, to meet the great domtodfor
GOODS in our LINE. Our taking in the adjoining Store ouab ca ua to keep a much largor aesoSent
each department. The greater part of our atock was bought when the Northern markets we?e ii
the lowest prices. We are thereby enabled to nell our gooda aa low, if not LOWER, than any Drv
Goods Houae in the city, notwithstanding the present advance in the Northern market for afmo j
every article in our line. We haveiBome few leading ar ticlea at very low pricea in each department,
and we will guarantee to sell all other styles at the lowest market pnces. Wo have ONE PftlOET and
every article is marked in PLAIN FIGURES
Liberal deductions are made on all goods bought by the piece, for cash. - ! : ..
N. B.-Ladies purchaeing Dry Gooda for their Country friends wdl find it to their advantage-to eive>
us a call. We take special pains in packing, and we have made arrangement,} with the Expresa Oom
uanies to carry all packages at the very lowest ratee. No chargea for packing and shipping/
Our COUNTRY FRIENDS, entrusting their orderB to us, will find them as well cared for aa If they
I were selecting for themselves. ."
Each department will be found full, the styles well selected, and In every variety. ?'
.-0-??- .. ?
OUR STOCK" CONSISTS IN PART OF: ",'..'
3-4 LONGCLOTHS at 12? cents , l ; -.
3-4 to 7-8 Longcloths at 14. 17, 18 to 20 centa " - "
Superior 7-8 Shirting Longclothe at 23 cents by the piece'
The best brands in 7-8 and 4-4 Amerloa? Loriffolofh?
SUPERIOR ENGLISH LONGCLOTHS IN ALL QUALITIES. " ""S010T*
Fine English Shirting at 30 oentB
- Extra Englieh Shirting at 35 cents ' "Wll?:>
Extra4-4English Shirtings at 37c - ><: <, '?.?>'., '
Extra 4-4 English Shirtings, at 40.cents. . , r
The above gooda are not to be found any where else. We consider thom cheaper than AnjericaB*
Loneoloths at same prices. . .
FINE UNBLEACHED LONGLOTH8 AND SEA ISLAND BROWN SHIRTINGS. " '."<'
Extra Heavy Brown Shirtings, 3-4, 7-8, 4-4 wide ' ? ? < . \<":\. ? ? -ni
Extra Heavy Cotton Sheetings in 9-4,10-4,11-4, and'124- wide >?'*
-i - Pillow CaBe Longoloths at all prices.
IRISH LINENS in all of the beat makes;'put up in half pieces for family nae, wnioh we will seit
at Wholesale prices. . . t, I*/; . - ' ' :i
Also, a good assortment of prices for the Retail Department. Pillow Linens in all widths^ Linen.
Sheetings in all widths. .t,a
A cheap lot of Bleaoh?d Table Damask (all Linen), which we offer at $1.25 .per yard , r
Damask Cloths, Damask Napkins, Damask Doylies Damask Tray Cloths,
Colored Table Damask and Colored Damask Doyliea. v zr
Moro of those extra, quality 11-4 MAB8EILLES QUILTS at $7 fc? $10; beat quality Mosquito Bobi
net in 90,100, and 108 inohea wide, which we will sell low by the piece. Beat quality Pavilion Gauze
just received. , v v, v -,
One case Linen Crash at 12| cents; 1 Russia Diapers in all widths and qualities. a ?
One case of oheap Linen Jiuokaback Towelling at 25 cents per yard. Dowlas and Sootob.(Diaper
Towelling in all qualities. . . ' .'
WILL BE FOUND FULL AND WELL ASSORTED TO MEET THE WANTS OF CONSUMERS.
IS WELL ASSORTED IN STYLE8 AND COLORS, FROM THE BEST MAKES. WE ARE OF?
FERING Good Style Dress Prints at 20 centa, warranted fast colors, _
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
A CHEAP LOT OF DEBEGES AT 15 CENTS, ENGLISH BAREGES, SHEPHERD'S PLAIDS AND
English Muslins only 15 cents per yard.. Lenos and Mozambiques from 25 to 37k oents. Embroider?
ed English Bareges at 35 cents, in good styles.
A few pieces Embroidered Pineapple Grenadines, at 25 cents, a little damaged. Together with
other styles at as low prices as are to be found in the city.
We are offering a cheap lot of Colored Muslins at 25 cents, a few pieces af & oents, a good assort?
ment at 85, S7?, 40, 45 to 60 oents.
A oheap lot of French Chintz Muslins marked down to 50 cents, worth 80 ceuta first part of the
season. A few colored Muslin Robb Dresses.
BLACK GOODS DEPARTMENT.
CHEAP BLACK BAREGES AND CRAPE MARETZ. Black Tamartines. Black Shally Cloths, very
desirable goods. Lupin's beat Black Shally, in all qualities. Lupin's Bombazines, Blaok Alpacas.
8-4 White Barege for Shawls. 8-4 Black Barege for Shawls. Blaok English Grenadines. Black Mus?
lins. Plain Black Lawns. Black Drosa Silks. Oil Silk.
BLACK AND COLORED PARASOLS.
IN ALL OF THE LATEST STYLES AND OF THE BEST MAKES.
WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENT.
WE HAVE ON HAND A FULL ASSORTMENT WHITE COTTON CAMBRIC AT ALL PRICES;,
very good quality at 35 cents. Jaconet Cambric in all qualities. Soft finish Jaooneta. Nainsook
Muslins and Mull Muslins, very good, at 37$ conts. Cheap lot of Dotted Swiss at 35 cents. AU other
qualities in Dotted, Embroidered, Striped and Plaid Swisses, Frilled at>d Tucked Spender Muslins.
Plaid Cambrics in every variety, aomo as low aa 25 cents.
A LARGE LOT MARKED DOWN TO FIFTY C?NTS.
8-4 FRENCH MUSLIN for ahawls. A full stock of finest quality Swiss Muslins for Ensuing Dresses.
Colored and White Organdie Muslin. Together with every other article in the White Goods line.
WE HAVE ON HAND THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF EMBROIDERED EDGINGS AND IN
SERTING8, both in Cambric and Swiss, to be found iu the city; Together with Real Laces, Imita?
tion Laces, Collars and Cuffs, Linen Sots, Embroidered Sets,' Lace Sets, Laco Collara, Embroidered!
Collars, Frillings and Rufllings. j
HOSIERY AND GLOVE DEPARTMENT.
WE HAVE ON HAND FULL LINES OF LISLE GLOVES FOR MISSES, LADIES, AND GENTS.
Full line of Silk Gloves for Children, LadieB, and Gentlemen. Full lino of Lace Mitt8 for Ladies and
Misses, in all qualities; very good at 50 centa per pair. Ladiea' Lialo and Buck Gauntlets.
HOSIERY I -HOSIERY !
Ladies will find full lines of the best GERMAN and ENGLISH HOSE to be found in this market.
Very good Real English Hose at 50 conta per pair, cheap. Beat makes in Gents' Brown and Bleached'
Half Hose. Full lines of Missea* Hoae, Ladies' Lisle Thread Hose, Ladies' Open-worked Hose, Extra,
aize Cotton Hoae, Extra eize Black Raw Silk Hoae, Ladies' Gauze Underveats.
SHAWL AND MANTILLA DEPARTMENT.
BLACK LACE POINTS. BLACK LACE SHAWLS. BLACK SILK BASQUES AND SACKS.
I White and Colored Barege Shawls.
BLACK FRENCH CLOTHS. BLAOK FRENCH DRAB D'ETE OF SUPERIOR QUALITIES. 6-4
Stool-mixed and Gold-mixed Cassimeres for Genta' suits. Fancy Casaimoroa, Linen Drills, White ama
Brown Linen Ducks, Coatinga, Piques and Marseilles Cottonades in all stylos, Tweeds and Jeana of all
grades. " _
STILL ON HAND A GOOD STOCK OF FLANNELS, WHICH WE WILL SELL AT REASONABLE
pricea. Gent's Gauze Undervests.
TRIMMING AND SMALL WARE DEPARTMENT.
LADIES WILL FIND ALL OF THE MOST USEFUL ARTICLES IN THIS STOCK, SUCH AS HM.
Needles, Buttons, Tapes, Braids, &c, &c. Wc keep always on hand Coates' best Spool Cotton (in au
numbers). Together with hundreds of other small articles too numerous to mention.
F-RBNOH CORSETS IN" ALL QUALITIES,
WOVEN FRENCH CORSETS, EMBROIDERED.
BELT RIBBONS IN COLORED AND BLACK.
RIBBONS IN ALL WIDTHS AND COLORS.
Together with every other variety to be found in our line. ".TT AVT1 OT
XS- N. B.-O?R ST?CKS Au; CCNhTAN?I/x 1'EPLENWHED BY EVERY STEAMER. CALL AND EX?
AMINE OUR STOCK BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE.
STOLL. WEBB & CO.,
(AT BANCROFT'S I LD STAND), No. 287 KING STREET,
inc 13 wimlmc